Football: Dick says Negri will not return.
RANGERS Rapidly deployable airborne light infantry organized and trained to conduct highly complex joint direct action operations in coordination with or in support of other special operations units of all Services. boss Dick Advocaat Richard Advocaat (born September 27, 1947 in The Hague, Netherlands) is the Dutch coach of the Russian pro soccer team Zenit. He has served as coach of his native Dutch national football team and more recently as the chief of South Korea national football team, earning the team's last night dismissed reports that Marco Negri Marco Negri (born 27 October, 1970 in Milan) is a former Italian footballer who played as a Striker for Perugia, Scottish club Rangers, Bologna and Livorno.
When Rangers manager Walter Smith bought the Italian forward from Perugia for £3. wanted to return to Ibrox.
The striker, currently on loan to Vicenza, has yet to kick a ball for the champions since the Dutchman took over last June.
He scored 36 goals in his first - and so far only - season since his pounds 3.5million move from Perugia in 1997 but his behaviour since then has been a source of embarrassment to the club.
It was claimed yesterday that the moody Italian was ready to patch up his differences and come back to Glasgow but Advocaat advocaat
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He said: "Negri has to say that because he is still under contract here. I don't think it was him but his agent who said this.
"I don't think he will come back. Maybe he will change his mind - if he doesn't find another club he will need to."
One player very much in the coach's thoughts is Dundee's Dariusz Adamczuk Dariusz Adamczuk (born October 20, 1969 in Szczecin) was a Polish footballer, who started his career for Pogoń Szczecin during the 1987/88 season, before moving to play for Eintracht Frankfurt, Dundee, Udinese Calcio and Belenenses. .
Advocaat said: "We are still in the market for him.
"Rangers have always been in contact with him. Celtic tried to persuade him to play for them but he has to make up his own mind about that."